Traducción de characteristic en Español:


característica, n.

Pronunciación /karəktəˈrɪstɪk//ˌkɛr(ə)ktəˈrɪstɪk/


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    característica femenino
    • Perhaps one characteristic above all else defines explorers.
    • A sentimental identification with the underdog is one of our national characteristics.
    • The characteristic that distinguishes international politics from internal politics is the absence of government.
    • From the same list, I had to choose the characteristics that others would attribute to me.
    • These characteristics were presumably inherited from his mother, a German princess.
    • To see an apprentice with these qualities and characteristics was not a common sight in the eighties.
    • Some sharks have distinct characteristics that set them apart from others.
    • Every facial feature and physical characteristic was identical to Alastair's.
    • Is Hinduism a religion like others, and what are the principal characteristics which define it?
    • Religious dissent is a key characteristic of Scots-Irish identity.
    • A distinguishing characteristic of female voters is their caution.
    • The slow, melancholic songs are a distinctive characteristic of her music.
    • There can be no doubt that soil characteristics do influence wine quality.
    • It may seem facile, but teams do reflect the traits and characteristics of their coaches.
    • The characteristic which has most marked his career has been his good judgement.
    • Each of these has its own characteristics and is therefore distinguishable from the others.
    • At the same time, most of these characteristics belong to any good person.
    • Whether such characteristics do define what it is to be British today is debatable.
    • Sociability is a distinguishing characteristic of the islands and often is commented on by visitors.
    • A national characteristic has been identified in numerous scientific trials.


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